BSNL Offers Free VAS On New Broadband Connection

By July 17th, 2010 AT 3:59 PM

BSNL Offers Free VAS On New Broadband ConnectionIn a bid to promote the Broadband services, state run telecom giant Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) today announced the launch of Free Games on Demand and Music & Video on demand services for its prospective broadband customers in Karnataka telecom circle.

The new subscriber will get free access of Broadband VAS over the new broadband connection named Games on Demand (GoD) services, Music & Video on demand (MoD) service. The promotional offer is valid up to August 5, 2010.

With the Games on Demand (GoD) service, BSNL Broadband subscriber can access more than 300 online games worth Rs.200 for two months. While under the Video & Music on demand, subscriber can enjoy more than 60,000 digitized music albums and more than 2000 digitized video music albums are available which includes contents in Hindi, English and Regional Languages contents from bollywood, Hollywood, Religious and much more worth Rs.149 just at free of cost for one month.

Apart from the above offers BSNL also launched 15 days unlimited Free downloads at 2 Mbps speed offers for all the new customers registering their Broadband connection up to 31st July 2010 under any Broadband Limited or Unlimited Plan as their own choice of up to 2 Mbps speed. The operator also waived off Broadband installation charge for all new customers.

To avail the Free GoD/MoD services, subscriber needs to visit or call 1800 425 0500 while for Music and Video on Demand services or call 1800 209 7010 after availing new BSNL Broadband connection.

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balar raju
balar raju

new plan

Jitendra Indave
Jitendra Indave

I think for broadband teriff no one can stand ahead BSNL. It is all the best one player in this field

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